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Microsoft listed as pirate Wikipedia, BBC, CNN and even the U.S. government

Incidentally, Microsoft has rated websites ‘pirate’ and denounced for its blockade in search engines like Google, to two dozen large portals legitimate, an error of the automated service, more frequent than is desirable.

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AMC Theatres, BBC, Buzzfeed, CNN, The Huffington Post, TechCrunch, RealClearPolitics, Rotten Tomatoes, SciVerse, The Washington Post, Wikipedia and even U.S. government websites, have been listed as hackers and under the standard DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) reported for copyright infringement against Google for disposal.

Last year Microsoft asked Google to censor almost 5 million web pages, and offenders who were supposed to link to content protected by copyright.

In recent months these DMCA requests have increased dramatically, and with them the errors, as rights holders and Microsoft use automated systems.

In one of the last shipments to Google, including assumptions pirates Office suite or its Windows operating systems, including a list of Windows 8 Beta where half of the offenders listed have nothing to do with downloads or obviously infringe any copyright:

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Curiously, the system of microsoft has come to characterize its own pirate Bing and Google asked their disposal…